Amazonian Conservation, Global Sustainability
ACEER develops local and global environmental leaders who work to conserve and restore functioning landscapes in the Amazon Basin and beyond.
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More than 30 years ago, the Amazon Center for Environmental Education and Research (ACEER) was founded with a vision to collaborate with universities, schools, business conservation organizations, and families in the United States and Peru. 

Today, we are proud to operate as a global leader in experiential education focused on environmental issues and indigenous cultures in the Amazon basin and around the world.

 

Our roots will always be in the Amazon, but the lessons we’ve learned over three decades in the Peruvian Amazon are valuable to everyone…

….everywhere, all over the world. 

Experiential Learning

The ACEER Foundation is the go-to experiential learning organization in southeastern Peru that delivers education programs to help develop the next generation of cross-disciplinary conservation leaders

Conservation Learning Web

The ACEER Conservation Learning Web is a bold educational initiative that integrates environmental education in the classroom with out-of-school learning experiences and community programs

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Guardians of the Forest

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In Memoriam

Olivia Newton-John

September 26, 1948 – August 8, 2022

The ACEER mourns the passing of our dear Board member Olivia Newton-John, wife of our current Board member John Easterling.  Olivia was a force for global conservation and held the ACEER in her heart for nearly 15 years. 

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Photograph by Jon Cox

In Memoriam

Chris Davidson

February 10, 1944 – August 29, 2022

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of ACEER friend, former Board member, and philanthropist Chris Davidson. Chris was a passionate conservationist, traveling the world to document all known families of flowering plants.  In recognition of his lifelong commitment to conservation, Chris was awarded by the Board the 2020 ACEER Legacy Award. 

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Meet our 2022 Artists in Residence

Beyond Conservation: Bridging Art And Science To Protect The Amazon Rainforest

Anja, Chris, Felipe, Henry, Pablo, Ilaria & Aaron

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